Left Eats Left: NYC Mayor Adams’ Interview on ‘The Breakfast Club’ Trainwrecks Over Slain NYPD Officer

We’ve seen some bad takes on the killing of NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller. 

Perhaps the worst was Joe Biden simply blowing it off, not even bothering to call the family, and then partying it up with celebrities, as well as Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, while former President Donald Trump went to the wake for the officer. David Axelrod’s take just made it worse when he said that the $25 million they raised at the fundraiser would, in the long run, probably mean more than the “look.” That was pretty bad, but it just shows priorities with the Democrats. 


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There was another take that’s getting a lot of attention, and it was from the train wreck of an interview that NYC Mayor Eric Adams gave to “The Breakfast Club” with Charlamagne the God and DJ Envy.  A criminal defense attorney, Olayemi Olurin, was also on the show. 

They had been talking about bail reform. Then Olurin and Adams clashed over the killing of NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller,  

“In the same breath that you want to sensationalize, you want to highlight and point out how an officer was killed the other day, which is a rare occurrence across the United States but let alone in New York, New York police officers have killed at least seven people this year, including a 19-year-old,” Olurin said. “An NYPD officer killed a 19-year-old in Queens yesterday.” 

What do the deaths of any of those people have to do with the death of the officer? Where is the sympathy for the officer and his family? Shouldn’t the death of the officer be able on its own to be called out as a horrible incident? As the NY Post noted, the 19-year-old man she referenced was “experiencing a ‘mental crisis’ who was shot dead by NYPD cops when he allegedly charged at them with a pair of scissors inside a Queens apartment Wednesday afternoon.”

“First of all, I am not going to dismiss the loss of a life of an innocent person that wears a uniform!” Adams said, surprised with her response. 

“A rare occurrence. I feel like, I don’t want to take you out of context and I don’t want people to all of a sudden decide that you have been dismissive of a young man who has been killed,” Adams said.

“Mayor Adams, that’s not going to work on me,” Olurin declared. 

Wow. He gave her an out, but she wouldn’t take it. 

It degenerated from there. Adams said he wasn’t trying to work anything on her, that he visited families, that’s what he does. Then he called her out to ask if she had visited the family of any slain officer. She said she had not, he responded, “Of course you didn’t.” 

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